Eubank Jr vs Langford: Langford ‘Comfortable’ as the Underdog against Eubank Jr

Chris Eubank Jr, Tommy Langford - It was officially confirmed midweek that Tommy Langford will be challenging for the British Middleweight Title against the defending champion Chris Eubank Jr in Cardiff on October 22nd at the Motorpoint Arena.

It was officially confirmed midweek that Tommy Langford will be challenging for the British Middleweight Title against the defending champion Chris Eubank Jr in Cardiff on October 22nd at the Motorpoint Arena.

It is by far Tommy’s toughest fight to date as he takes on a guy who continues to prove he is worthy of his Legendary name with explosive victories in recent times, and not forgetting it could of easily been Chris Eubank Jr vs Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin not so long ago.

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Floyd Mayweather says no on a ring return: That’s old!

Floyd Mayweather Jr - Superstar Floyd Mayweather insists he is done with boxing as far as doing anything other than help out the young fighters he has in his stable; that his own fighting days came to an end as the bell rang ending his decision win over Andre Berto last september.

Superstar Floyd Mayweather insists he is done with boxing as far as doing anything other than help out the young fighters he has in his stable; that his own fighting days came to an end as the bell rang ending his decision win over Andre Berto last september.

Mayweather returned to the gym last week and instantly talk began of his seemingly inevitable 50th bout. But, in speaking with fighthype this weekend, the 39-year old future hall of famer closed down any such talk in a firm manner.

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Dereck Chisora-Dillian Whyte grudge-match seems destined to happen

Dereck Chisora, Dillian Whyte - A Dereck Chisora-Dillian Whyte clash has been bubbling under for quite a while now, and the grudge-match, crossroads fight could happen this year. These two do not like each other and when Sam Sexton reportedly pulled out of a planned British heavyweight title fight with Whyte, Chisora immediately called Whyte out again.

A Dereck Chisora-Dillian Whyte clash has been bubbling under for quite a while now, and the grudge-match, crossroads fight could happen this year. These two do not like each other and when Sam Sexton reportedly pulled out of a planned British heavyweight title fight with Whyte, Chisora immediately called Whyte out again.

Whyte, beaten only by IBF heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua, is the heavyweight on the rise in this particular match-up, while Chisora, who is coming off a loss to Kubrat Pulev, is seen by many as being on the way down. Still, Chisora has great experience and he seems convinced he has the beating of the man four years his junior.

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Shakur Stevenson wants pro debut to take place in January, already eyeing the big names at featherweight

Shakur Stevenson - After missing out on a gold medal at Rio 2016, ultra-talented and gifted Shakur Stevenson is now looking ahead to picking up gold at pro level - where big, big things are expected of him. The 19-year-old spoke with RingTV.com over the weekend and he said he will turn pro as a featherweight, “there are top dogs at that weight,” he said. Stevenson has naturally had plenty of interest from the various promoters, yet he says he has not yet made up his mind about who he may or may not sign with.

After missing out on a gold medal at Rio 2016, ultra-talented and gifted Shakur Stevenson is now looking ahead to picking up gold at pro level – where big, big things are expected of him. The 19-year-old spoke with RingTV.com over the weekend and he said he will turn pro as a featherweight, “there are top dogs at that weight,” he said. Stevenson has naturally had plenty of interest from the various promoters, yet he says he has not yet made up his mind about who he may or may not sign with.

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O’Connell-Kalucza, Vargas-Pereyra Headline Big Show in Edmonton on September 9

On Friday, September 9, KO Boxing Promotions returns to the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, for a big seven fight card, headlined by Cam O’Connell (11-0-1, 7KOS) of Red Deer, ranked the #3 lightweight in the country by the Canadian Professional Boxing Council (CPBC), and Olympian Norbert Kalucza (11-1-0, 6KOs) of Budapest, Hungary. After suffering his first and only loss to Dai Davis of Wales, Kalucza will be eager to score an upset and prove he can win on foreign soil. The semi-main event features welterweights Samuel Vargas (25-2-1, 13KOs) of Toronto and Ivan Pereyra (20-7-0, 14KOs) of Torreon, Mexico, in an intriguing eight round tilt. Vargas is ranked #6 by the World Boxing Association and is the reigning North American Boxing Association champion. Pereyra is the former World Boxing Federation Intercontinental champion.

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David Peralta defeats Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero

David Peralta, Robert Guerrero -  Argentina's David Emanuel "El Pirata" Peralta, (26-2-1, 14 KOs) shockingly defeated former world champion Robert "The Ghost Guerrero, (33-5-1, 18 KOs) by 12-round split decision in the main event of Premier Boxing Champion (PBC) on Spike Saturday night from the Honda Center in Anaheim.

Argentina’s David Emanuel “El Pirata” Peralta, (26-2-1, 14 KOs) shockingly defeated former world champion Robert “The Ghost Guerrero, (33-5-1, 18 KOs) by 12-round split decision in the main event of Premier Boxing Champion (PBC) on Spike Saturday night from the Honda Center in Anaheim.

Scores were 116-112 and 115-113 for Peralta and 115-113 for Guerrero in the main event of the televised tripleheader promoted by TGB Promotions.

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Salka Decisions Savi, Haney, Eberhardt and Karpency Deliver Wins

Rod Salka -  WFC57 World Fighting Championships put on an exciting show for a packed house at The Meadows Casino in Washington PA located near Pittsburgh. This was a well run promotion with tough matched fights featuring some top young talent from Pennsylvania and Ohio.

WFC57 World Fighting Championships put on an exciting show for a packed house at The Meadows Casino in Washington PA located near Pittsburgh. This was a well run promotion with tough matched fights featuring some top young talent from Pennsylvania and Ohio.

In a somewhat lackluster Main Event Salka UD Justin Savi (8 rounds, Lightweights)80-70 x3. Salka’s original opponent southpaw (15-5) Wilberth Lopez was pulled from the card. In came (28-6) Justin Savi. Savi seemed to be tripping over his own feet early in the fight and suffered a Salka knockdown in the 2nd. Despite having to drop down to 136, Salka was the stronger man through out in the 8 round victory. Scores 80-70×3

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Results: Peralta decisions Guerrero; Hernandez defeats Angulo

David Peralta, Robert Guerrero - Former two division belt holder Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (33-5-1, 18 KOs) may have seen his career finished off on Saturday night in losing to welterweight David Peralta (26-2-1, 14 KOs) in losing a 12 round split decision at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. You can forget the split decision stuff.

Former two division belt holder Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (33-5-1, 18 KOs) may have seen his career finished off on Saturday night in losing to welterweight David Peralta (26-2-1, 14 KOs) in losing a 12 round split decision at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. You can forget the split decision stuff.

It was a definite win by Peralta, who took the fight to faded Guerrero from the 5th round on to get the win. Guerrero looked like he was finished physically after four rounds. Peralta took the energy out of Guerrero in round five in hitting him hard with a powerful combination to the head. Guerrero looked he didn’t want to fight after that.

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